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Unformatted text preview: Light tends t o come from above Distance Perception I. Painters Monocular Cues to Distance (how far object is)/Depth (relative distance between two objects) a. Occlusion/Overlap one object blocks the view of another object i. T-junctions often convey overlap information b. Atmospheric Haze objects appear to be in greater haze the farther away they are i. c. Relative Size objects appear smaller the farther away they are i. d. Height in Field objects appear farther the closer to the horizon line they are i. e. Linear Perspective combination of relative size and height in field where everything grows smaller and more distant toward a center vanishing point i. f. Texture Gradient objects appear less detailed the farther away they are i. g. Shadow shadows formed on objects help to denote their three dimensional qualities I I. Other Monocular Cues to Distance/Depth a. Accommodation the degree of curvature in the lens of the eye required to bring an image...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSC 231 taught by Professor Post during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.
- Fall '08